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CHESTER COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA, 



ACADEMICAL YEAR 1877-78. 



PHILADELPHIA: 
PRESS OF HENRY B. ASHMEAD, 

Nos. 1102 and 1104 Sansom Street. 
1878. 



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Theological Commencement, .... April 16, 1878. 
Collegiate Commencement, June 4, 1878. 



Opening Collegiate Department, . . . Sept. 5, 1878. 

Opening Theological Department, . . . Sept. 12, 1878. 

Close of First Session, . . . . . Dec. 19, 1878. 

Opening of Second Session, Jan. 2, 1879. 



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Hon. WILLIAM E. DODGE, 
Rev. ANDREW B. CROSS, . 
ALEXANDER WHILLDIN, Esq., 
Rev. SAMUEL DICKEY, 
Rev. WILLIAM R. BINGHAM, . 
Rev. CHARLES A. DICKEY, D.D 
Rev. JOHN M. DICKEY, D.D., . 
Rev. NATHAN G. PARKE, . 
Gen. JAMES A. BEAVER, . 
Rev. THOMAS McCAULEY, . 
HENRY D. HARVEY, Esq., 
Rev. HENRY E. NILES, D.D., 
Rev. GEORGE S. MOTT, D.D., . 
Rev. STEPHEN W. DANA, . 
J. S. HELFENSTEIN, Esq., 
Rev. ISAAC N. RENDALL, D.D., 
Rev. BERIAH B. HOTCHKIN, D.D., 
Rev. JAMES ROBERTS, . 
Rev. CALVIN W. STEWART, D.D 
R. K. HAWLEY, Esq., . 
HENRY DISSTON, Esq., . 



New York City, N. Y. 
Baltimore, Mel. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Oxford, Pa. 
Oxford, Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Oxford, Pa. 
Pittston, Pa. 
Bellefonte, Pa. 
Hackettstown, N. J. 
Baltimore, Md. 
York, Pa. 
Flemington, N. J. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Lincoln University, Pa. 
Broomall, Pa. 
Coatesville, Pa. 
Coleraine, Pa. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



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PRESIDENT OF THE BOARD. ' 

Rev. JOHN M. DICKEY, D.D., Oxford, Pa. 

TREASURER OF THE BOARD. 

Rev. SAMUEL DICKEY, Oxford, Pa. 

SECRETARY OF THE BOARD. 

Rev. EDWIN R. BOWER, Lincoln University, Pa. 

FINANCIAL SECRETARY OF LINCOLN UNIVERSITY. 

Rev. EDWARD WEBB, Oxford, Pa. 







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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 




Rev. JOHN M. DICKEY, D.D., Oxford, Pa. 




ALEXANDER WHILLDIN, Esq., Philadelphia, Pa. 




Rev. WILLIAM R. BINGHAM, Oxford, Pa. 




Rev. CALVIN W. STEWART, D.D., .... Coleraine, Pa. 




Rev. ISAAC N. RENDALL,.D.D., .... Lincoln University, Pa. 




COMMITTEE OF FINANCE. 




Hon. WILLIAM E. DODGE, New York City, N. Y. 




ALEXANDER WHILLDIN, Esq., Philadelphia, Pa. 




R. K. HAWLEY, Esq., Baltimore, Md. 




JOHN M. DICKEY, D.D , Oxford, Pa. 




WILLIAM R. BINGHAM, Oxford, Pa. 




SAMUEL DICKEY, Oxford, Pa. 




ISAAC N. RENDALL, D.D. , Lincoln University, Pa. 




COMMITTEE ON THE COLLEGIATE DEPARTMENT. 




Hon. WILLIAM E. DODGE, New York City, N. Y. 




Rev. NATHAN G. PARKE, Pittston, Pa. 




Rev. GEORGE S. MOTT, D.D., Flemington, N. J. 




Rev. THOMAS McCAULEY, Hackettstown, N. J. 




COMMITTEE ON PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT. 




Rev. ANDREW B. CROSS, Baltimore, Md. 




R. K. HAWLEY, Esq., ■ . Baltimore, Md. 




HENRY D. HARVEY, Esq., . . . . . Baltimore, Md. 




COMMITTEE ON THE THEOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT. 




Rev. BERIAH B. HOTCHKIN, D.D., .... Broomall, Pa. 




ALEXANDER WHILLDIN, Esq., .... Philadelphia, Pa. 




Rev. CALVIN W. STEWART, D.D., .... Coleraine, Pa. 





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Rev. ISAAC N. RENDALL, D.D., Lincoln University, Pa., 

President of Lincoln University, and Mary Warder Dickey Professor of Biblical 
Instruction and Apologetics. 



Rev. EDWIN R. BOWER, A.M., Lincoln University, Pa., 

John C. Baldwin Professor of Theology, Professor of the Connection between Science 
and Revealed Religion, and Dean of Lincoln University. 



SAMUEL B. HOWELL, M.D., Philadelphia, Pa., 

Professor of Natural Science. 

Rev. GILBERT T. WOODHULL, A.M., Lincoln University, Pa., 

Charles Avery Professor of Classical and Hellenistic Greek and New Testament 

Literature. 

Rev. JOHN B. RENDALL, A.M., Lincoln University, Pa., 
Professor of Latin and Principal of the Preparatory Department. 

Rev. THOMAS W. CATTELL, Ph.D., Lincoln University, Pa., 

Professor of Mathematics and of Sacred Geography and Biblical Antiquities, and 
Librarian of Lincoln University. 

Rev. CLEMENT C. DICKEY, A.M., Philadelphia, Pa., 
Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament Literature. 

Rev. CASPAR R. GREGORY, D.D., Lincoln University, Pa., 
Professor of Sacred Rhetoric and of Rhetoric in the Collegiate Department. 

Rev. ROBERT P. DU BOIS, A.M., New London, Pa., 
Lecturer on Pastoral Theology. 

C. CUYLER GREGORY, A.B., Lincoln University, Pa., 
Instructor in the Preparatory Department. 

DARIUS L. DONNELL, A.B., Lincoln University, Pa., 
Instructor in the Preparatory Department. 

Rev. WILLIAM R. BINGHAM, A.M., Oxford, Pa., 

Treasurer of the Faculty of Lincoln University. 



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ADMISSION. 



Applications from young colored men of good moral character, adequate 
preparation, and competent abilities, are welcome. 

JEvery applicant for admission to the privileges of study must present 
evidence of good moral character; and if from any Academy, or other 
College or University, a certificate of honorable dismission from its Presi- 
dent or Principal. 

No applicant can be admitted into any department of study except by a 
vote of the Faculty of that department. 

REGULATIONS. 

All students in the University are required to attend upon the exercises 
of instruction and recitation which may be assigned to them, unless pre- 
vented by sickness or otherwise regularly excused. 

All students are required to attend daily prayers and preaching services 
on the Lord's day, at the time appointed by the authorities of the Univer- 
sity, and to maintain a decorous and reverential behavior in all such 
exercises. 

Students regularly advanced with their classes in the courses of study are 
required to return promptly to the University at the opening of the sessions 
of study. 

All students are required to maintain a respectful deportment in the 
presence of the officers of the University, both in the class-room and else- 
where, and to be courteous in their intercourse with their fellow-students, 
and in all their relations which as students they sustain to others. 
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EXPENSES. 

No person will be admitted into any department of the University unless 
satisfactory provision is made for his support. All University bills are due 
at the beginning of each session. 

The Academical expenses of a student in Lincoln University do not 
exceed $150 a year. 



LINCOLN UNIVERSITY. 



An exact estimate of the personal expenses of a student, above what is 
included in the session bills, cannot be made. Every student is required 
to provide his portion of furniture for his room, and sheets, blankets, pillow- 
cases and towels for his own use. 



AID TO STUDENTS. 

Every student is expected to arrange definitely respecting the pay- 
ment of his own bills. The entire bill must be paid or an obligation 
incurred to the amount of the deficiency. Careful discrimination is 
exercised in directing aid to individuals, to the end that the sense of 
personal responsibility and self-reliance may not be weakened. Those who 
are able to pay their bills have only to comply with the regulations of 
admission, and they will be welcomed to the standing in the classes for 
which their previous training has fitted them. But no earnest young man, 
of good abilities and good moral character, should be discouraged from 
seeking the advantages which are here offered. Many benevolent friends 
of education are cooperating with the Trustees and Faculty in providing 
aid for those who are worthy. All who need aid should apply for admis- 
sion to the President, or to any member of the Faculty, and state in their 
application their purpose in seeking an education, what progress they have 
made in study, and what part of the expenses they can meet. 



RELIGIOUS EXERCISES. 

Devotional exercises, consisting of reading the Scriptures, singing and 
prayer, are held with the students in the chapel every morning and evening. 

There is a service of preaching in the chapel every Sabbath, at 11 
o'clock a. M. The clerical Professors conduct this service. 

An exercise in Bible exposition on the plan of the International Bible 
Lessons is held every Sabbath at 3.30 P. M. 

A course of instruction, designed to promote their knowledge of the 
Bible, is given to the students, by one of the Professors, on Sabbath even- 
ings. 

A voluntary prayer-meeting is held by the students every evening not 
otherwise occupied. 

LIBRARY. 

The library contains about 4000 volumes. The students have access to 
the library under regulations established by the Faculty of the University. 



LINCOLN UNIVERSTTY. 



APPARATUS. 

The University possesses a valuable Philosophical Apparatus and a 
Mineralogical Cabinet. 



STUDENTS. 



Collegiate Department, 
Preparatory Department, . 
Theological Department, . 



Total, . 



. 43 
. 31 

22 

. 96 



CALENDAR. 

The Academical year is divided into two sessions. A recess of one 
week is taken in the second session. 



Recess in the current session, 
Examinations in Theological Department, 
Annual Sermon to the Theological Students, 
Commencement in Theological Department, 
Anniversary of G-arnet Literary Society, 
Anniversary of Philosophiau Society, . 
Senior Final Examination, . 
Junior Contest, ..... 
Annual Meeting of the Board of Trustees, 
Commencement in Collegiate Department, 



April 4 to 11, 1878. 
April 11 to 15, 1878. 
. April 14, 1878. 
. April 16, 1878. 
. April 17, 1878. 
. April 18, 1878. 
May 2 to 9, 1878. 
. June 3, 1878. 
. June 3, 1878. 
. June 4, 1878. 



SUMMER VACATION-OPENING OF THE ACADEMICAL YEAR TOR 1878-79, 



First Session Collegiate Department, 
First Session Theological Department, . 
Opening Address to the Theological Students, 
Close of First Session in all Departments, 



Sept. 5, 1878. 
Sept. 12, 1878. 
Sept. 12, 1878. 
Dec. 19, 1878. 



WINTER VACATION. 
Opening of "the Second Session in all Departments, 



Jan. 2, 1879. 



LINCOLN UNIVERSITY. 



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FACULTY OF ARTS. 

Rev. ISAAC N. RENDALL, D.D., President. 
SAMUEL B. HOWELL, M.D., 

PROFESSOR OP NATURAL SCIENCE. 

Rev. GILBERT T. WOODHULL, A.M., 

AVERY PROFESSOR OF GREEK. 

Rev. JOHN B. RENDALL, A.M., 

PROFESSOR OF LATIN. 

Rev. THOMAS W. CATTELL, Ph.D., 

PROFESSOR OF MATHEMATICS. 

Rev. EDWIN R. BOWER, A.M., 

PROFESSOR OF THE CONNECTION BETWEEN SCIENCE AND REVEALED RELIGION, 
AND DEAN OF THE FACULTY OF ARTS. 

Rev. CASPAR R. GREGORY, D.D., 

WILLIAM E. DODGE PROFESSOR OF RHETORIC. 

C. CUYLER GREGORY, A.B., 

INSTRUCTOR IN THE PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT. 



DARIUS L. DONNELL, A.B., 

INSTRUCTOR IN THE PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 



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LINCOLN UNIVERSITY. 



STUDENTS. 



SENIOK CLASS. 



George Anderson, . 
Alfred G. Davis, . 
William H. Goler, 
Caspar R. Gregory, Jr. 
Joshua T. Harris, . 
William J. Herritage, 
William H. Rendall, 
Samuel G.- Webb, . 
Thomas C. White, . 
John P. Williams, . 



Philadelphia, Pa. 
Washington, D. C. 
Halifax, Nova Scotia. 
Oxford, Pa. 
Wrightsville, Pa. 
New Haven, Conn. 
Lincoln University, Pa. 
Oxford, Pa. 
Ercildoun, Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 







JUNIOR CLASS. 




John R. 


Harris, . . . Abingdon, Va. 


James L. 


Jamison, . 








Wrightsville, Pa. 


Edward 


Moore, 








Blount's Creek, N. C. 


Nathan 


F. Mossell, 








Lockport, N. Y. 


Joseph C 


J. Price, 








Newberne, N. C. 


John A. 


Savage, 








Lower Buchanan, Liberia. 


Alexander R. Wilson, 








Savannah, Ga. 




SOPHOMORE CLASS, 


Augustus S. Bascomb, .... Beaufort, S. C. 


William 


L. Bethel, 








Greensboro', N. C. 


Morris G. Blackburn, 








Reading, -Pa. 


William 


H. Dover, 








Philadelphia, Pa. 


Arnold 


G. Howell, 








Goldsboro', N. C. 


Julius E 


►. McGuinness, 








Baltimore, Md. 


David W. Ogden, . 








Newark, N. J. 


James T 


Potter, . 








Philadelphia, Pa. 


Howard 


A. Russell, 








Russellville, Pa. 


George 


H. Schanck, 








Jersey City, N. J. 


Claybourn M. Webb, 








Salem, N. C. 



LINCOLN UNIVERSITY. 



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FRESHMAN CLASS. 



Charles V. Auguste, 
John W. Cardwell 
John N. Conyard, 
Edward Davis, 
Francis Davis, 
Allen W. Dorsey, 
Stephen G. Fry. 
Perry H. Greenlee 
Sylvester Lacy, 
James W. Lavatt, 
William H. Lee, 
Franklin S. Logan 
Alonzo Miller, 
Thomas J. Wallace, Jr., 
James W. Wilson, . 



Kingston, Jamaica. 
Greensboro', N. C. 
Greensboro', N. C. 
Marshall, Liberia. 
Pittsburg, Pa. 
Athens, Pa. 
Reading, Pa. 
Knoxville, Tenn. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Troy, N. Y. 
Greensboro', N. C. 
Marshall, Liberia. 
Savannah, Ga. 
Cape Mount, Liberia. 



Senior Class, . 
Junior Class, 
Sophomore Class, 
Freshman Class, 



SUMMARY. 



Total Collegiate Department, 



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CALENDAR FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 1878-79. 



Recess, 

Senior Final Examinations, 
Annual Examinations, . 
Baccalaureate Sermon, 
Junior Orations, . 
Master's Oration, 
Commencement Exercises, 



. April 4 to 11, 1878. 
May 2 to 9, 1878. 
May 27 to June 1, 1878. 
. June 2, 1878. 
. June 3, 1878. 
. June 4, 1878. 
. June 4, 1878. 



SUMMER VACATION. 



Academical year for 1878-79 will open 
Close of First Session, . 



Sept. 5, 1878. 
Dec. 19, 1878. 



WINTER VACATION. 



Second Session will open 



Jan. 2, 1879. 



12 LINCOLN UNIVERSITY. 



REGULATIONS. 

The course of study in the Collegiate Department occupies four years. 

Applicants for admission to the Freshman Class must be at least fifteen 
years of age. They will be examined in the following subjects : — 

English. — English Grammar, Orthography, Punctuation, Composition 
of simple sentences, Geography, History of the United States. 

Mathematics. — Arithmetic, Algebra. 

Latin. — Latin Grammar and Reader. 

Greek. — Greek Grammar and Reader. 

Candidates for advanced standing will be examined in the studies pre- 
viously pursued by the class which they propose to enter. 

Every student admitted by the Faculty of Arts to the Collegiate Depart- 
ment is matriculated by subscribing his name to a pledge faithfully to obey 
all the laws of the University. 

The Academical year is divided into two sessions. At the end of the 
first session public examinations of all the classes are held. The name of a 
student failing at the end of a session to pass any examination assigned to 
his class will not be entered on the class-roll at the beginning of the 
next session, until he shall have passed all the required examinations. 
Students not returning promptly at the commencement of a session will 
not be admitted to class privileges until they shall have been examined in 
the studies pursued by their classes in their absence. 

At the close of each Academical year the Freshman, Sophomore and 
Junior Classes are examined, both orally and in writing, in the studies of 
that year. 

The final examination of the Sophomore Class includes the studies of 
the Freshman year as well as those of the current year. Members of the 
Sophomore Class found deficient in general scholarship at this examination 
will not be advanced to the Junior Class in full standing, and will not be 
entitled to the Degree of A.B., at the close of the course. 

The rank of a student in his class depends on his grade in his recitations 
and examinations ; on his punctuality and constancy in attendance upon 
all exercises of instruction, and on his deportment in all his relations as a 
student. 

At the close of the Senior year the members of the Senior Class are 
examined in the studies of the whole course. 

In determining the final rank of a senior his grade in the final senior 
examination is combined with the final grades of the previous collegiate 
years. 



LINCOLN UNIVERSITY. 13 



COMMENCEMENT. 

The Annual Commencement takes place on the first Tuesday in June. 

The Baccalaureate Sermon is addressed to the graduating class on the 
Sabbath preceding Commencement. 

On Commencement day the members of the Senior Class, to whom 
orations are assigned, speak in the order of their rank in scholarship, 
except that the valedictorian is chosen from among the highest third of 
the class, arranged according to the rank of the members. 

In addition to this honor, indicated by the order of speaking, special 
honorary orations are assigned, at the discretion of the Faculty, to members 
of the class who may have excelled in particular branches of study. 

Students who complete the whole course of collegiate study satisfactorily 
to the Faculty and the Board of Trustees, will receive the degree of 
Bachelor of Arts. 

The Master's oration is delivered before the assembly on Commencement 
day. 

The degree of Master of Arts will not be conferred hereafter, except on 
application of the candidate, and on satisfactory evidence that the candidate 
has been engaged in literary or professional pursuits for at least three years 
subsequent to graduation. 

All degrees authorized by the Board of Trustees are announced by the 
Secretary of the Board, and conferred during the progress of the Com- 
mencement exercises by the President of the University. 

The Collegiate year closes with the exercises on Commencement day, and 
is followed by the summer vacation. 



COURSE OF STUDY. 

FKESHMAN CLASS. 
FIRST SESSION! SECOND SESSION. 

Rhetoric. Rhetoric. 

Algebra. Algebra. 

Leighton's Latin Lessons. Leighton's Latin Lessons, continued. 

Allen & Grenough's Latin Grammar. Leighton's Greek Lessons, continued. 

Leighton's Greek Lessons. 

Goodwin's Greek Grammar. 



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LINCOLN UNIVERSITY. 



FIRST SESSION. 

English Literature. 

History. 

Algebra. 

Physical Geography. 

Caesar (Gallic War). 

Xenophon (Anabasis). 



SOPHOMORE CLASS. 

SECOND SESSION. 

English Literature. 

Geometry. 

Natural Philosophy. 

Physical Geography, continued. 

Sallust and Cicero. 

Anabasis, continued. 



JUNIOR CLASS. 



FIRST SESSION. 

Rhetoric. 

Logic. 

Geometry. 

Chemistry. 

Latin, Virgil. 

Arnold's Latin Prose Composition. 

Greek. 



SECOND SESSION. 

Rhetoric. 

Logic. 

Trigonometry. 

Chemistry. 

Latin, Tacitus. 

Latin Prose Composition. 

Greek. 



SENIOR CLASS. 



FIRST SESSION. 

Rhetoric. 

Psychology. 

Butler's Analogy. 

Science and Revealed Religion. 

Astronomy. 

Latin, Horace. 



SECOND SESSION. 

Rhetoric. 

Moral Philosophy. 

Evidences of Christianity. 

Paley's Natural Theology. 

Political Economy. 

Geology. 

Review of the whole Course. 













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LINCOLN UNIVERSITY 



HONORS AND PRIZES. 

FOE THE YEAR 1877-78. 
The Junior contest took place in the chapel, on Monday, the 4th of 
June, 1877. The contestants appointed by the Faculty were — 

George Anderson, Pa. Joshua T. Harris, Pa. 

William H. Goler, Nova Scotia. John P. Williams, Pa. 

Caspar 11. Gregory, Pa. 

The first prize was awarded to Mr. Joshua T. Harris. The second prize 
was awarded to. Mr. Caspar R. Gregory, Jr. 

HONORARY APPOINTMENTS. 



William W. Still, Pa., Class of 1874, 
Reuben B. Elliott, N. Y., 
Joseph DeW. Giles, S. C, 
Lawrence Miller, Mo., 
Franklin J. Wood, Pa., 
Francis C. Potter, Pa., 
Alfred W. Pryor, Va., 
Lawrence E. Miller, Ga., 
Reuben H. Armstrong, Pa 



EXPENSES. 

FIRST SESSION. 



Tuition, . 

Coal, 

Furniture, 

Library, . 

Board and Washing 



Master's Oration. 
Latin Salutatory. 
English Salutatory. 
Classical Oration. 
Belles Lettres Oration. 
Mathematical Oration. 
Physical Oration. 
Philosophical Oration. 
Valedictory Oration. 



00 
00 
50 
00 



35 00 







SECOND SESSION. 






Tuition, . 

Coal, 

Furniture, 

Library, . 

Board and Washing, 










. $15 00 
8 00 
2 50 
1 00 

. 50 00 



$53 50 



76 50 



Total, 



$130 00 



LITERARY ASSOCIATIONS. 

The Garnett Literary Association and the Philosophian Society, consist- 
ing exclusively of students in the Collegiate Department, meet every Friday 
evening. The literary exercises consist of speaking, composition and 
debate. All the members are required to take part in these exercises. The 
societies are governed by laws adopted by themselves, and administered by 
officers chosen from their own members, under the general supervision of 
the Faculty of Arts. 



LINCOLN UNIVERSITY. 



17 



pMpMwg ^pattm^ttt, 



COMMITTEE OF TRUSTEES. 

Rev. ANDREW B. CROSS, Baltimore, Md. 

R, K. HAWLEY, Esq., Baltimore, Md. 

HENRY D. HARVEY, Esq., Baltimore, Md. 



INSTRUCTORS. 

Rev. ISAAC N. RENDALL, D.D., 

PRESIDENT. 

Rev. JOHN B. RENDALL, A.M., 

PRINCIPAL. 

C. CUYLER GREGORY, A.B., 

INSTRUCTOR. 

DARIUS L. DONNELL, A.B., 

INSTRUCTOR. 



STUDENTS 



Isaac Armes, . 
Washington Banks, 
Samuel W. Blackwell, 
Jacob Blake, 
Robert Carson, 
William L. Cox, 
Robert F. Deputie 
John K. Dillon, 
John W. Freeman, 
William L. Fry, . 
Benjamin Greenlee 
Isaac T. Hazzarl, 
David J. Hull, 



Milledgeville, Ga. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Norristown, Pa. 
Charleston; S. C. 
Lexington, N. C. 
Giddingsville, N. C. 
Marshall, Liberia. 
Marshall, Liberia. 
Newark, N. J. 
Reading, Pa. 
Knoxville, Tenn. 
Kennett Square, Pa, 
Chester, Pa. 



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LINCOLN UNI VERS I TV. 



Yorke Jones, . 
Peter Johnson, 
Robert D. King, . 
Oliver T. Logan, . 
Robert A. Mahoney, 
Horace G. Miller, 
William J. Read, . 
Thomas Roberts, . 
John H. Russell, . 
Marshall Samuels, 
Samuel Sevier, 
Simon P. Shepherd, 
Wesley Skinner, . 
William L. Smith, 
William A. Twine, 
Ishmael White, 
Henry B. Wilson,. 
Calvin Wright, 

Number in 



. Richmond, Va. 

. Unita Valley, Utah. 

. Marshall, Liberia. 

Horntown, Va. 
. Washington, D. C. 

Coatesville, Pa. 
. Troy, N. Y. 

Monrovia, Liberia. 
. Granada, Miss. 
. Tappahannock, Va. 

Grand Bassa, Liberia, 
. Elmira, N. Y. 
. Atlanta, Ga. 
. Ashland, Va. 
. Richmond, Va. 
. Chester, Pa. 

Savannah, Ga. 
. Marshall, Liberia. 
Preparatory Department, 31. 



CALENDAR FOR THE YEAR 1878-79. 



Recess, . 

Annual Examinations, 

Close of current year, 



SUMMER VACATION. 



First Session of next Academical Year, 
Close of First Session, 



. April 4-11, 1878. 

May 27 to June 1, 1878. 

. June 4, 1878. 



Sept. 5, 1878. 
Dec. 19, 1878. 



WINTER VACATION. 



Second Session will open 



Jan. 2, 1879. 



REGULATIONS. 

The Preparatory Department is designed to prepare the students to enter 
upon the studies of the Freshman year. They are advanced as fast as 
their success in study will permit. The study <# Latin and Greek is com- 
menced in the last year df the Preparatory Course. Proficiency in the 
studies of this department will fit the student to teach in the common 
schools of Pennsylvania. 

It is urgently recommended that all persons desiring to enter the Pre- 
paratory Department should be previously trained in the common branches 



LINCOLN UNIVERSITY. 19 

of an English education, so that they may complete their preparation for 
the Freshman Class in one year. Students in this department participate 
in the general advantages of the students in the Collegiate Department, and 
are under the government and protection of the Faculty of Arts. 

Every applicant must be able to read well and to write legibly, and 
must be familiar with the four elementary processes of arithmetic. 

Application for admission to this department may be made in writing 
to the President of the University, to the Principal of the Department, or 
to any of the Professors in the Collegiate Department. 

COURSE OP STUDY. 

PRIMARY STUDIES. FINAL YEAR. 

Bible. Bible. 

Orthography. Orthography. 

Heading. Reading. 

Writing. Writing. 

Geography. Geography. 

Arithmetic. Arithmetic. 

Grammar. Algebra 

History. Grammar. 

History. 

Latin Grammar. 

Greek Grammar. 

EXPENSES. 

FIRST SESSION. 

Tuition, $10 00 

Coal, 5 00 

Furniture, 2 50 

Library, 1 00 

Board and Washing, 35 00 

SECOND SESSION. 

Tuition, $15 00 

Coal, 8 00 

Furniture, 2 50 

Library, 1 00 

Board and Washing, 50 00 

76 50 

Total, $130 00 



.3 50 



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LINCOLN UNIVERSITY. 



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COMMITTEE OF TRUSTEES ON THEOLOGICAL 
DEPARTMENT. 



Rev. BERIAH B. HOTCHKIN, D.D., 
ALEXANDER WHILLDIN, Esq., 
Rev. CALVIN W. STEWART, D.D., 



Broomall, Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



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FACULTY OF THEOLOGY. 

Rev. ISAAC N. KENDALL, D.D., President, 

PROFESSOR OP CHRISTIAN ETHICS AND APOLOGETICS. 

Rev. EDWIN R. BOWER, A.M., Dean, 

JOHN C. BALDWIN PROFESSOR OF THEOLOGY. 

Rev. GILBERT T. WOODHULL, A.M., 

PROFESSOR OF BIBLICAL GREEK AND NEW TESTAMENT LITERATUR1 

Rev. CLEMENT C. DICKEY, A.M., 

PROFESSOR OF HEBREW AND OLD TESTAMENT LITERATURE. 

Rev. CASPAR R. GREGORY, D.D., 

WILLIAM E. DODGE PROFESSOR OF SACRED RHETORIC. 

Rev. THOMAS W. CATTELL, Ph.D., 

PROFESSOR OF SACRED GEOGRAPHY AND ANTIQUITIES. 

Rev. ROBERT P. DU BOIS, A.M., 

LECTURER ON PASTORAL THEOLOGY. 



Darius L. Donnell, 
Henry D. Wood, 



William C. Brown, 
Calvin L. Smith, . 
Jeremiah F. Walker, 
William H. Weaver. 



STUDENTS. 

SENIOR CLASS. 



MIDDLE CLASS, 



Greensboro', N. C. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Milton, N. C. 
Jersey City, N.J. 
Baltimore, Md. 



LINCOLN UNIVERSITY. 



21 



JUNIOR CLASS. 



Reuben H. Armstrong, 
James L. Hamilton, 
Solomon P. Hood. 
George T. Jennings 
George E. Jones, 
Kelley M. Kemp, 
Jacob F. Miller, 
Lawrence Miller, 
Francis C. Potter, 
Alexander T. Stephens 
Lewis D. Twine, 
Charles B. Ward, . 
Henry P. Weeden, 

George Carson, 
Allen A. Scott, 
John W. Norris, 



SPECIAL COURSE, 



Lincoln University, Pa. 
Smyrna, Del. 
Lincoln University, Pa. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Richmond, Va. 
Lincoln University, Pa. 
Monrovia, Liberia. 
Fulton, Mo. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Fleming, Ga. 
Richmond, Va. 
St. Catharines, Canada W. 
Richmond, Va. 

Lexington, N. C. 
Aiken, S. C. 
Carlisle, Pa. 



CALENDAR FOR 1878-79. 



Recess of one week, . . . . 
Annual Examinations, .... 

Annual Address, ..... 

Commencement in Theological Department, . 

SUMMER VACATION. 
First Session of the year 1878-79, 
Opening Address, ..... 
Close of First Session, .... 



WINTER VACATION. 



Opening of Second Session. 



April 4 to 10, 1878. 

April 11 to 15, 1878. 

. April 16, 1878. 

. April 16, 1878. 

. Sept. 12, 1878. 
. Sept. 12, 1878. 
. Dec. 19, 1878. 

Jan. 2, 1879. 



REGULATIONS. 

The course of study in the Theological Department occupies three years. 

Applicants for admission to the privileges of the Theological Department 
must present evidence of church membership. 

Students who complete the full course of theological study, to the satis- 
faction of the Faculty and of the Board of Trustees, will receive the 
degree of S. T. B. 

No person not a graduate of the Collegiate Department of Lincoln 
University, or of some other Collegiate Institution, will be admitted to the 
Theological Department as a candidate for the degree of S.T.B., unless he 



22 LINCOLN UNIVERSITY. 

shall pass an examination satisfactory to the Faculty of Theology, on the 
whole course of collegiate studies ; but applicants who have not pursued a 
course of classical training may, at the discretion of the Faculty, be 
admitted to particular classes, or to special courses of instruction. Such 
students, on leaving the University, will be entitled to a certificate, in evi- 
dence of their attendance on instruction, and of the time spent in study. 

The Academical year is divided into two sessions. At the close of the 
second session the students are examined on the studies of the current 
year. The examinations will be public. The friends of the University, 
interested in the education of theological students, are invited to be present. 

COMMENCEMENT. 

The Annual Commencement takes place on the third Tuesday in April. 

On the Sabbath preceding Commencement a special sermon will be 
preached to the theological students. 

On the day of the Commencement the candidates for the degree of 
S. T. B. will deliver addresses, as directed by the Faculty of Theology. 
Exercises of public speaking may also be assigned to students not taking 
this degree. 

After the exercises of public speaking the President of the University will 
confer the degrees which have been authorized by the Board of Trustees. 

The Theological year closes with the exercises on Commencement day, 
and is followed by the summer vacation. 

COURSE OF STUDY. 

FIRST YEAR. 
Exegetical Theology. Biblical History. 

Homiletics. Apologetics. 

Biblical Greek. Sacred Geography. 

Hebrew and Introduction to Old Testament. Pastoral Theology. 

SECOND YEAR. 
Systematic Theology. Biblical Antiquities. 

Homiletics. Apologetics. 

Biblical Greek. Church Government. 

Hebrew. Pastoral Theology. 

Ecclesiastical History. 

THIRD YEAR. 
Systematic Theology. Ecclesiastical History. 

Homiletics. Church Government. 

Biblical Greek. Pastoral Theology. 

Hebrew. 



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COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES. 

April 19, 1877. 

MORNING- SESSION. 
Address by James McCosh, D.D., LL.D., 

PRESIDENT OP COLLEGE OP NEW JERSEY. 

AFTERNOON SESSION. 

STUDENTS OF ENGLISH COURSE. 

George C arson, N. C., Christian Courage. 

Thos. B. Hargrave, N. C, ... The Book for the People. 

Allen A. Scott, S. C, . . . . The Value of the Soul. 

STUDENTS OF THE JUNIOR CLASS. 

William C. Brown, Pa., . . .A Plea for Thorough Training. 

Calvin L. Smith, N. C, Faith a Duty. 

Jeremiah F. Walker, N. J., . . Fashion versus Christianity. 
William H. Weaver, Md., Consecration. 

STUDENTS OF THE MIDDLE CLASS. 

Darius L. Donnell, N. C, . . Requisites of an Education. 

Luther Hubbard, N. Y., . . . . Difficulties of Scripture. 
Henry D. Wood, N. Y., . . . The Aim in Education. 

ECCLESIASTICAL RELATIONS. 

By the charter of Lincoln University the Theological Department is 
placed under the care of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church, 
in conformity with the general plan adopted for the supervision of theo- 
logical seminaries. The General Assembly which met in Chicago, in May, 
1871, accepted the oversight of the Theological Department of Lincoln 
University, as ordained in the charter, and approved the appointments and 
proceedings of the Board of Trustees, as reported at that time. The laws 
of Lincoln University require that any action of the Board of Trustees 
affecting the Theological Department shall be reported to the General As- 
sembly by the Secretary of the Board. The Faculty of Theology is also 
required to prepare and send to the General Assembly an annual report of 
their work in instruction, and of all matters of interest respecting the 
Theological Department. 



LINCOLN UNIVERSITY. 25 

EXPENSES. 

FIRST SESSION. 

Coal, . . $5 00 

Furniture, 2 50 

Board and Washing, . . . . . . . 35 00 

$42 50 

SECOND SESSION. 

Coal, . . : $8 00 

Furniture, . . . . . . . . 2 50 

Board and Washing, 35 00 

45 50 

Total, $88 00 



SOCIETY OP INQUIRY. 

A Society of Inquiry has been formed by the Theological Students, for 
the investigation and discussion of all questions arising out of the opera- 
tions of the Church. 



26 LINCOLN UNIVERSITY. 



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Lincoln University is located in the town of Lower Oxford, Chester 
County, Pennsylvania, half a mile from Lincoln University Station, on the 
Philadelphia and Baltimore Central Railroad. The institution is situated 
in a healthy place, and is free from associations which tend to prevent the 
formation of a high literary and religious character. The Post Office, where 
the resident Professor should be addressed, is 

LINCOLN UNIVERSITY, 

Chester County, Pa. 

The corporate title of this institution is " The Lincoln University." 
Bequests, intended to promote the work of this University, will be legally 
valid under that title. The first charter was granted by the State of Penn- 
sylvania, under the title of " Ashmun Institute," in the year 1854. The 
title was changed to " The Lincoln University," and the present organization 
effected in 1866. 

There are four University buildings. University Hall contains the 
chapel, in the second story, 70 feet by 40 feet inside, and four recitation 
rooms in the first story for the Collegiate and Theological Classes. It is 
built of serpentine stone, trimmed with Port Deposit granite, and finished 
with Carolina pine. This hall is one wing of a building which, when fin- 
ished, will supply accommodations for the whole work of instruction. About 
$50,000 are urgently needed to finish the building. 

Cresson Hall contains accommodations for 80 students, for three 
boarding clubs, and the chemical laboratory. It is built of brick, is 100 
feet by 36, and is three stories high. 

Lincoln Hall is 60 feet square, and four stories high. It contains 
dormitories for 95 students, the Society Halls, the Library, and the janitor's 
apartment. 

Ashmun Hall was built in 1857. It is of brick, three stories high, and 
is 50 feet long by 40 wide. It contains dormitories for 32 students, and 
the recitation rooms for the Preparatory Department. This building is very 
much out of repair. About $3,000 are needed to put it in good condition. 

Besides the public buildings, there are five substantial and convenient 
residences for the Professors. The whole real estate of the University is 
worth not less than $125,000. The buildings are erected on a plot of ground 
of about 80 acres. 

Four Professorships are endowed in the University, of $20,000 each: — 
The Mary Warder Dickey Presidency; The Avery Professorship of Lincoln 
University ; The John C. Baldwin Professorship of Theology ; and the 
William E. Dodge Professorship of Sacred Rhetoric. 



LINCOLN UNIVERSITY. 



27 



There are eight invested Scholarships for the support of students : 

The John Dunlap Scholarship, $2,800 

The One Blood " 2,000 

The Nelson " 2,500 

The Clapp Nos. 1 and 2 ^ 4,000 

The Phelps " 1,250 

The Westfield " 300 

The Scholarship Fund, 200 

The University is growing in popular favor. The applications for admis- 
sion show that another edifice for students could immediately be filled. An 
appeal is therefore made to the friends and patrons of this University to 
take advantage of the present opportunity to diffuse more widely the 
Christian education and influence of this Institution. 

The students board in clubs. The expenses of each club are divided 
equally among the members. The economy which they practice goes directly 
to their own benefit. The exact cost of board per week cannot be antici- 
pated, but the experience of the past year justifies the statement of expenses 
made in the Catalogue. 

This University is consecrated to the glory of God and the good of man. 
It has received the endorsement of all who are acquainted with its work. 
The friends of universal education are cordially invited to investigate its 
plans and operations, and to cooperate with its officers in conferring on those 
who so much need and prize this boon, the benefits of a liberal and Christian 
culture. 

DISTRIBUTION OF GRADUATES. 



Graduates from Collegiate and Theological Departments, 
Ministers, 
Teachers, 
Lawyers, 
Doctors, 
Business, 
Editor, . 
Pursuing Professional Studies, 

Total, 
Graduates laboring in Southern States, 
Graduates laboring in Northern States, 
Graduates laboring in Africa, . 
Graduates laboring in Hayti, . 
Graduates from College in Professional Studies, 

Total, . . . • . 



. 142 
55 
43 

5 

3 
11 

1 
24 

— 142 
86 

30 

1 

1 
24 

— 142 



Besides these graduates, more than four hundred students have gone out 
from the University, having taken partial courses, and are filling places of 
usefulness as ministers, and teachers, and intelligent business men and 
laborers, both in the United States and Africa. 





28 LINCOLN UNIVERSITY. 


$ptml § 


'atslagtty of jtoiUttte* 


1857 TO 1865. 


James R. Amos, Pa. 




Reading B. Johns, N. J. 


Minister Pres. Ch., Liberia. 




A.B. (Lin. Univ., 1868). Minister 


Thomas H. Amos, Pa. 




Pres. Ch., Pa. 


Minister Pres. Ch., Liberia. 




Nathaniel L. Lindsay, Pa. 


Hiram Baker, Pa. 




Teacher, Liberia. 


A.B. (Lin. Univ., 1868). 


Minister 


Richard M. Maywood, N. C. Teacher. 


Pres. Ch., Ga. 




Armistead Miller, Pa. 

Minister Pres. Ch., Liberia. 


James H. Crawford, Pa. 




B. G. Moore. 


Teacher, N. C. 






Dennis Ferguson, Liberia. 
Teacher, Liberia. 




Alexander Mcintosh, Ohio. Teacher. 




Joseph K. Plato, Pa. Teacher. 


Charles A. Fleetwood, Md. 




Simeon D. RatclifF. 


Jesse Glasgow, Pa. 




Clement Robinson. 


Charles P. Griffith, Pa. 




A.B. (Lin. Univ., 1868). Minister 
Bap. Ch., Va. 

Joseph H. Slater, Pa. Teacher. 


Samuel Hall, Pa. 




Charles Hartshorn, Pa. 




George Sayres. 


Peter P. Hedges, N. J. 




Charles Sayres. 


Minister Pres. Ch., S. C. 




George H. Steamer, Pa. 


William H. Hunter, Pa. 




Minister A. M. E. Ch., Pa. 


Minister A. M. E. Ch., Pa. 




Mahlon Van Horn, N. J. 


John Holm, St. Thomas. 




A.B. (Lin. Univ., 1868). Minister 


Minister Pres. Ch., N. Y. 




Cong. Ch., R. I. 


John L. Haylett, R. I. 




William C. Whittingham. 


Minister A. M. E. Ch. 




Franklin Whitaker, N. Y. 




1865-1866. 


David S. Baker, Pa. 




Jacob H. Cole, Pa. 


Minister Pres. Ch., Md. 




Minister A. M. E. Ch., Ohio. 


Samuel J. Bampfield, S. C. 




John H. Collins, Va. Teacher, Va. 


A.B., 1870: A.M. 1873. 


Lawyer ; 


Ebenezer D. Davis, Pa. 


Member of Legislature, S. C. 




James C. Davis, Pa. 


George A. Brown, Pa. Teacher, N. C. 


Minister Pres. Ch., Tenn. 


Hezekiah M. Brown, Pa. 




William F. Dickerson, N. J. 


A.B., 1869. Teacher, Ga. 




A.B., 1870; A.M., 1873. Minister A. 


John J. Carter, Pa. 




M. E. Ch., Conn. 


A.B., 1869 ; A.M., 1872. Teacher, Va. 


James R. Dorsey, Md. 


James A. Chresfield, Pa. 




Elijah W. Eldridge, N. Y. 


A.B., 1869. Minister Pres. Ch., N. C. 


James H. Fleet, D. C. Teacher, N. C. 


Ananias H. Clifton, N. J. 




Robert G. Fitzgerald, Pa. 



LINCOLN UNIVERSITY. 



29 



Stephen B. Gipson, Pa. 

A.B., 1869 ; A.M., 1872. Teacher, S. C. 
Jesse Gould, N. J. 

A.B., 1870; A.M., 1873. M.D. (How. 

Univ.), 1876, Ohio. 
Archibald H. Grimke, S. C. 

A.B., 1870; A.M., 1873. L.B. (Har. 

Univ.), 1874. Lawyer, Mass. 
Francis J. Grimke, S. C. 

A.B., 1870; A.M., 1873. Minister 

Pres. Ch., D. C. 
Edward W. Hammond, Md. 

A.B., 1869. Min. A. M. E. Ch., Ohio. 
Eli S. Harmon, Pa. 
Charles Hedges, N. J. 

A.B., 1869; A.M., 1872. Minister 

Pres. Ch., Md. 
George R. Henderson, N. Y. 

A.B., 1872. M.D. (Yale), 1876. New 

York City. 
Charles Hume, S. C. Teacher, S. C. 
John H. Jackson, Pa. 

A.B., 1869. Minister Pres. Ch., Md. 
William D. Johnson, Md. 

A.B., 1868; A.B., 1871. Minister A. 

M. E. Ch., Ga. 
William L. Johnson, N. Y. 

A.B., 1869; A.M., 1872. Minister 

Eef. Ch., N. C. 
William A. Lynch, N. Y. 

A.B., 1871; A.M., 1874. Minister 

Pres. Ch., N. Y. 
William P. Mabson, N. C. 

Teacher. Mem. of Legislature, N. C. 



John B. Maxwell, S. C. 
James W. P. Miles, Pa. 
William H. Morris, N. Y. 

A.B., 1869; A.M., 1872. Minister 

Prot. Epis. Ch., S. C. 
Jacob R. Nocho, Pa. 

A.B., 1869; A.M., 1872. 

Willis R. Polk, N. Y. 

Minister Pres. Ch., Ga. 
William K. Price, N. C. 

Teacher, N. C. 
Frederick G. Sadgwar, N. C. 
Thomas L. Schenck, N. J. 

A.B., 1869; A.M., 1872. Clerk Fin. 

Dept. of A. M. E. Ch., Wash., D. C. 

Charles V. Smith. Pa. 
John W. Stevenson, Pa. 

Minister A. M. E. Ch., N. J. 
Isaac B. Tembrook, N. J. 

A.B., 1870; A.M., 1873. Minister 

Bap. Ch., N. J. 

William R. Templeton, Pa. 

A.B., 1870; A.M., 1873. Minister 
Pres. Ch., Pa. 

William H. Thomas, N. Y. 

A.B., 1869; A.M., 1872. Minister 

Pres. Ch., Pa. 
Gabriel S. Thompson, N. J. 

Minister Pres. Ch., Ga. 
Joseph S. Thompson, N. J. 

A.B., 1869; A.M., 1872. Minister A. 

M. E. Ch., Pa. 
Walter A. Way man, Md. 



1866—1867. 



Garret S. Adams, N. Y. 
Garnet B. Appo, D. C. 
Albert Bailey, S. C. 
Walter H. Brooks, Va. 

A.B., 1872; A.M., 1875. Minister 

Bap. Ch., Va. 
William F. Brooks, Pa. 

A.B., 1870 ; A.M., 1873. Teacher High 

School, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Alexander H. Brown, Pa. 
John Butler, S. C. 
Thomas W. Cain, Va. 

A.B., 1871; A.M., 1874. Minister 

Prot. Epis. Ch., Va. 



William II. Chambers, Md. 

A.B., 1873. Min. A. M. E. Ch., Md. 
Laudon G. Clark, Pa. 
Charles P. Colder, Pa. 

A.B., 1872. Teacher, Md. 
William R. Coles, Va. 

Minister Pres. Ch., N. C. 
Isaac P. Crumwell, N. Y. 
Isaac W. Davenport, D. C. 

A.B., 1872; A.M., 1875; S.T.B., 1875. 

Minister Pres. Ch., N. J. 
Stephen A. Douglass, Mass. 
Richard Foster, Va. 

Minister A. M. E. Ch., Va. 







30 LINCOLN UNIVERSITY. 




Henry B. Fry, Pa. 


Lemuel Maston, Ohio. 




A.B., 1871; A.M., 1874. L. B. (How. 


William II. Miller, Ky. 




Univ.), 1870. Lawyer; Teacher, Miss. 


A.B., 1869; A.M., 1872. Minister Pres. 




Robert Gainney, S. C. Teacher, S. C. 


Ch., Mo. 




Eustice E. Green, N. C. 


Thomas E. Miller, S. C. 




A.B., 1872; A.M., 1875. Prin. Iloge 


A.B., 1872; A.M., 1875. Supt. Educ.; 




Inst., N. C. 


Mem. of Legislature, S. C. 




George W. Green, Md. 


Jared Montgomery, S. C. 




William S. Hall, Pa. 


Lewis Nelson, Del. 




Austin P. Haynes, N. C. 


Merriweather Owens, N. C. 




Louis P. B. Henry, Del. 


James L. Painter, N. Y. 




A.B., 1873; A.M., 1876. Editor, Del. 


William F. Powell, N. Y. 




Mahlon S. Henson, Pa. 


Teacher, Va. 




Joshua H. Hill, D. C. 


George W. Robinson, N. C. 




A.B., 1871 ; A.M., 1874. Minister 
Pres. Ch., N. C. 


Jacob W. Sherman, S. C. 




George E. Holmes, N. J. 


Robert F. Smith, Pa. 




James W. Howard, N. Y. 


William H. Still, N. J. 




Minister Bap. Ch. 


Jeremiah B. Swan, Tenn. 




George L. Jackson, Pa. 


Teacher, Md. 




Jacob Jay, Pa. 


Edward W. Turner, D. C. 




Jefferson Lane, Pa. 


John Walker, N. C. Teacher, Ga. 




William J. Laws, N. Y. 


James C. Waters, Md. 




Minister A. M. E. Ch., R. I. 


A.B., 1870; A.M., 1873. Minister A. 




Matthew M. Lewey, Md. 


M. E. Ch., Fla. 




A.B., 1872 ; A.M., 1875. Teacher, Fla. 


James R. Young, N. Y. 




William H. Little, Pa. 


Minister Bap. Ch., Cal. 




1867- 


-1868. 




Joshua A. Aldridge, N. Y. 


James E. Halsey, D. C. 




A.B., 1872. 


A.B., 1873. Minister A. M. E. Ch., 




William H. Bell, D. C. 


Ohio. 




A.B., 1873 ; A.M., 1876. Lawyer, D. C. 


James Harley, Pa. 




Joseph Bishop, N. J. 


A.B., 1872. Teacher, N. C. 




Moses L. Black, S. C. 


Winfield Jackson, N. Y. 




Charles R. Bond, Pa. 


Robert J. H. Johnson, Pa. 




Robert P. Brooks, Va. 


George R. Millen, Cal. 




A.B., 1871; A.M., 1874. L.B. (How. 


Murdock M. Millen, Cal. 




Univ.), 1875. Lawyer, Va. 


A.B., 1873. 




Reese H. Chresfield, Pa. 


Charles W. Mossell, N. Y. 




Teacher, N. C. 


A.B., 1871 ; A.M., 1874. Minister A. 




Robert B. Cook, Md. 


M. E. Ch., Hayti. 




Thomas A. Cuff, Pa. 


Abraham A. Murray, Pa. 




Minister A. M. E. Ch., Pa. 


Daniel Murray, Pa. 




David A. Frisby, Pa. 


A.B., 1873; A.M., 1876; S.T.B., 1876. 




Henry S. Garnet, N. Y. 


Minister Pres. Ch., Ky. 




Joseph Gould, N. J. 


William H. Racks, Pa. 




A.B., 1872. Teacher, Ga. 


A.B., 1871 ; A.M., 1874. Teacher, Ga. 




John W. Grimke, S. C. 

i , , , , 


Charles S. Richardson, S. C. 







LINCOLN UNIVERSITY. 31 


William D. Robeson, N. C. 


Prince A. Smith, Md. 


A.B., 1873; A.M., 1876; S.T.B., 1876. 


William Still, N. J. 


Minister Pres. Ch., Pa. 


Richard G. Thompson, D. C. 


Daniel A. Sadgwar, N. C. 


A.B., 1871; A.M., 1874. Teacher. 


Edward S. Scott, Pa. 


Glen Watkins, N. C. 


A.B., 1872. Teacher, Fla. 


Charles A. Williams-, Mass. 


Charles V. Smith, Mass. 


Charles E. Worthington, Ohio. 


1868- 


-1869. 


Benjamin B. Adams, Pa. 


Ellwood W. Hollensworth, Canada. 


M.D. (How. Univ.), 1875, Washington, 


A.B., 1872; A.M., 1875. 


D. C. 


Solomon P. Hood, Pa. 


James 0. Adams, Pa. 


A.B., 1873; A.M., 1876. 


L.B. (How. Univ.). 


George H. Jackson, Conn. 


William H. Ash, R. I. 


A.B., 1872; A.M., 1875. Minister 


A.B., 1873. Minister Cong. Ch., S. C. 


Prot. Epis. Ch., Tenn. 


Wyott W. Carter, Pa. 
William H. Carter, Pa. 
Joseph St. L. Casscy, N. Y. 
Alexander G. Davis, N. C. 

Teacher, N. C. 
John Davis, Ga. 
Walter Donoho, N. C. 

Teacher, N. C. 


Charles B. Lewis, Md. Teacher, Va. 
Henry Malry, N. C. 

A.B., 1873 ; A.M., 1876. Teacher, N. C. 
John Miller, N. C. Teacher, N. C. 
Peter A. Morgan, Va. 

A.B., 1873. Min. Prot. Epis. Ch., Va. 
James W. Morris, R. I. 

A.B., 1871 ; A.M., 1874. Minister A. 

M. E. Ch., S. C. 


William M. Hargrave, N. C. 


Joseph A. Nelson, Pa. 


A.B., 1873; A.M., 1876; S.T.B., 1876. 


Minister A. M. E. Ch., Pa. 


Minister Pres. Ch., Mel. 


Charles Powell, Pa. 


Edgar P. Hall, R. I. 


Edward 0. Saunders, Md. 


A.B., 1872. Teacher, S. C. 


A.B., 1873. Teacher, Md. 


Charles E. Harris, Md. 


David Slaughter, Pa. 


A.B., 1872 ; A.M., 1875. Lawyer, Ala. 


Charles H. Stewart, Pa. 


William B. Highgate, Pa. 


John W. Still, N. J. 


A.B., 1873; A.M., 1876. Prin. State 


Thomas Sullivan, Va. 


Nor. Sch., Miss. 


Beverly F. Turner, Va. 


1869- 


-1870. 


John H. Adams, Va. A.B., 1873. 


Solomon M. Coles, Conn. 


David L. Balls, Md. 


A.B., 1872; A.M., 1875. Minister 


John W. Brown, N. J. 


Cong. Ch., S. C. 


Teacher, Md. 


James H. Cook, N. Y. 


William H. Bryant, N. C. 


Matthew R. Dixon, Pa. 


A.B., 1874. Minister Pres. Ch., N. C. 


John H. Edwill, Va. Teacher, N. C. 


Turner Bunn, N. C. 


William L. Gale, Pa. 


Joseph N. Clinton, Pa. 


Ellwood Hendrickson, N. J. 


A.B., 1873 ; A.M., 1876. Teacher, N. C. 


John T. Hilton, Pa. Teacher, Md. 


James L. Cole, Pa. Teacher, Md. 


Luther Hubbard, N. Y. 


Walter H. Colder, Pa. 


A.B., 1876. Teacher, Va. 


^^_^^^ ^^^^^ 



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LINCOLN UNIVERSITY. 



Job Jackson, S. C. Teacher, S. C. 
Benjamin James, N. Y. 

A.B., 1872; A.M., 1875. M.D. (How. 

Univ.), 1876, Liberia. 
Samuel L. Johns, Pa. Teacher, Md. 
Oliver C. Jones, Choctaw Nation. 
Alfred T. Jones, N. C. 

Teacher, Tenn. 
Robert H. Jones, Va. 
Wiley Johnson, Va. Teacher, Va. 
Daniel Keeth, Md. 
Jesse Kelley, N. C. 
Kelley M. Kemp, N. C. A.B., 1877. 
James T. McMahon, N. C. 

Minister Pres. Ch., N. C. 
Jacob F. Miller, Liberia. 

A.B., 1874. 
James A. Millford, Pa. 
George A. Myers, Md. 
Alexander Moore, N. C. 

A.B., 1874. 
Boswell B. Palmer, S. C. 

Minister Pres. Ch. South, N. C. 
Alexander F. A. Polk, Tenn. 

A.B., 1874. Teacher, Tenn. 
Ellis S. Porter, N. Y. A.B., 1875. 
Lawrence 0. Posey, S. C. 
Albert A. Price, Pa. 

Minister A. M. E. Ch., Ohio. 



Peter C. Prim, Ind. 
Robert N. Prim, Ind. 
Ira W. Bice, S. C. 
George W. Schenck, N. J. 
Allen A. Scott, S. C. 

William A. Scott, N. C. 

A.B., 1874; A.M., 1877. Minister 
Pres. Ch., N. C. 

Andrew M. Sellers, Ga. 
Eli N. Smith, Pa. 

A.B., 1874. Teacher. 

Thomas J. Smith, Pa. 
Samuel E. Stephenson, Tenn. 
Alexander Truatt, N. J. 
Mahlon Van Horn, N. J. 
Teacher, Md. 

John R. Vodery, Md. 
William Walls, Pa. 
John H. Waugh, N. C. 

A.B., 1874. Teacher, N. C. 

Samuel A. Waugh, N. C. 
A.B., 1875. Teacher, N. C. 

John M. Williams, N. J. 

A.B., 1873; A.M., 1876. Teacher, 

Miss. 

William W. Woodruff, Jr., Pa. 
William Young, Md. Teacher, Md. 



1870—1871. 



David W. Adkin, N. C. 
Louis K. Atwood, Ohio. 

A.B., 1874; A.M., 1877. Lawyer; 

Teacher, Miss. 

Peter J. Bacon, Ga. 

A.B., 1876. Teacher, Ga. 
Prince A. Brooks, Va. 

William H. Butler, Md. 
A.D., 1874. 

Samuel B. Carl, Pa. 

Alexander C. Carter, Pa. 

Minister Prot. Epis. Ch., Pa. 
Benjamin M. Centurion, N. J. 
John H. Clark, Md. Teacher, Md. 
Willis W. Cooper, N. C. 

A.B., 1875. Teacher, N. C. 
Alexander H. Darnes, Md. 

A.B.. 1876. 



John W. Davis, Ga. 
William P. Dennis, Pa. 
Abraham P. Denny, Pa. 

A.B., 1873 ; A.M., 1876. Teacher, N. C. 
William H. Dickerson, N. J. 

A.B., 1876. 
John H. Docher, R. I. 

A.B., 1874; A.M., 1877. Minister 

Cong. Ch., Mass. 

Darius L. Donnell, N. C. 
A.B., 1875. 

Samuel Duncan, N. J. 
George L. Fleet, N. J. 

Teacher, Va. 
Martin P. Gibbs, Del. 
Sheldon Gomott, N. J. 
Nelson T. Gordon, Md. 
John M. Griffin, Pa. 



LINCOLN UNIVERSITY. 


33 


James L. Hamilton, Del. 


Samuel S. Moore, N. C. 




Thomas B. Margrave, N. C. 


Ellwood M. Moore, Pa. 




Minister Pres. Ch., N. C. 


A.B., 1875. Teacher, Md. 




Essik Hairstone, N. C. 


John P. Morong, Pa, 




John II. W. Hall, Md. 


Henry Mover, N. C. 




John Hayes, Ga. 


Samuel Mover, N. C. 




Moses A. Hopkins, Va. 


Teacher, N. C. 




A.B., 1874; A.M., 1877. Minister 


John M. L. Neeley, N. C. 




Pres. Ch., N. 0. 


Samuel J. Pangleton, Ga. 




John A. Howard, S. C. 


Warren Payne, N. C. 




Nehemiah F. Hughes, Md. 


Samuel Preston, Miss. 




A.B., 1877. Teacher, Md. 


Benjamin Robeson, N. C. 




Alphonzo Hutty, Md. 


James F. Siiober, N. C. 




Benjamin Jackson, Ga. 


A.B., 1875. 




William II. Johns, Pa. 


Alexander S. Stevens, Ga. 




Minister Pres. Ch., Tenn. 


A.B., 1877. 




Aaron V. Jones, Pa. 


James A. Strickland, Pa. 




Richard D. Romas, Utah. 


Morgan Thomas, Pa. 




Richard R. Lanney, Ga. 


John II. Treadwell, N. Y. 




Edward W. Matthews, Pa. 


Minister A. M. E. Ch., Tenn. 




William Matthews, Pa. 


Jeremiah F. Walker, Va. 




John E. Meredith, 111. 


A.B., 1876. 




Lawrence E. Miller, Ga. 


Frederick D. Ward, Pa. 




A.B., 1877. 


Benjamin Welsh, Pa. 




William C. Miller, Pa. 


Thomas C. White, Pa. 




William II. Mitchell, Cal. 


Alfred J. Williams, Pa. 




A.B., 1876. 


Samuel S. Wofford, Tenn. 




1871- 


-1872. 




Charles Ackwith, N. Y. 


John E. Glessner, Wis. 




Minister A. M. E. Ch., N. Y. 


Alfred Gordon, Pa. 




Daniel B. Anderson, Liberia. 


James T. Harris, Pa. 




Edward T. Anderson, Va. 


Alfred Hankerson, N. J. 




A.B., 1876. 


Jacob Harvey, Pa. 




Isaac Amies, Ga. 


Andrew Jay, Pa. Teacher, Md 




Richard R. Benson, Pa. 


George T. Jennings, Md. 




William C. Brown, Pa. 


A.B., 1877. 




' A.B., 1876. 


George E. Jones, Va. 
Joseph C. Locks, Md. 




Joseph G. Bryant, Liberia. 

A.B., 1876. 
William E. Carr, Md. 




Frank M. Lloyd, Pa. 




A.B., 1877. Teacher, Md. 


William A. Luckett, Pa. 




William R. Clay, Pa. 


William H. Madella, Va. 




George Draper, Pa. Teacher, Md. 


A.B., 1876. Teacher, A r a, 




Reuben B. Elliott, Ala. 


John Maynard, N. J. 




A.B., 1877. Teacher, Ala. 


Lawrence Miller, Mo. A.B., 


1877. 


Arthur B. Fortune, Md. 


James T. Morgan, Md. 




A.B., 1877. Teacher, Md. 


Nathan F. Mossell, N. Y. 







34 LINCOLN UNIVERSITY. 


Joshua D. Nixon, Pa. 


E. Morgan Thomas, D. C. 


Felix Pinion, Md. 


Francis D. Thomason, N. C. 


Andrew J. Read, N. Y. Teacher, Md. 


Louis D. Twine, Va. 


William H. Kendall, Pa. 


Charles B. Ward, Canada. 


John H. Roberts, Liberia. 


A.B., 1877. 


M.D. (How. Univ.), 1876. Liberia. 


William Washington, Md. 


William E. Simpson, N. J. 


William P. Q. Webster, N. J. 


Teacher, Md. 


A.B., 1876. Teacher, N. C. 


Calvin L. Smith, N. C. A.B., 1876. 


Cyrus White, N. C. 


Bayard T. Smith, Del. 


Minister Pres. Ch., N. C. 


M.D. (Yale), 1875. Del. 


Thomas A. White, Pa. 


Jeremiah Stanard, N. C. 


Richard B. Wicks, Md. 


Teacher, N. C. 


Henry Williams, Mass. 


Peter Stanislaus, N. Y. 


Charles H. Wilson, France. 


William W. Still, Pa. 


George Woods, Pa. 


A.B., 1874 ; A.M., 1877. Teacher, N. C. 


Henry F. Woodson, N. J. 


Solomon W. Stringer, Pa. 


A.B., 1876. Teacher, Va. 


1872- 


-1873. 


George Anderson, Pa. 


John G. Gladman, Pa. 


William D. Anderson, Va. 


George C. Glover, S. C. 


A.B., 1876. Teacher, Ga. 


William Harley, Pa. 


Reuben H. Armstrong, Pa. 


Charles L. Hopkins, Pa. 


A.B., 1877. 


Arnold G. Howell, N. C. 


Edward M. Baker, Pa. 


James Jones, Ky. 


Elijah J. Banning, Md. 


Wilmer J. Kennedy, Pa. 


George A. Barnes, Pa. 


A.B., 1876. Teacher, Pa. 


Augustus L. Bascom, S. C. 


Robert D. King, Liberia. 


Morris G. Blackburn, Pa. 


Ernest Klien, South America. 


James Brown, N. Y. 


M.D., Liberia. 


William N. Brown, Pa. 


John H. Little, Md. 


Charles H. Bushong, Pa. 


Alonzo Miller, Liberia. 


E. Forrest Cannon, Pa. 


John Newton, N. J. 


George Carson, N. C. 


Minister A. M. E. Ch., Tenn. 


Benjamin L. Cole, N. J. 


George W. Nicholson, Md. 


Teacher, N. J. 


David Payne, N. C. 


Edward S. Cropper, Pa. 


Francis C. Potter, Pa. 


Alfred G. Davis, D. C. 


A.B., 1877. 


Edward Davis, Liberia. 


Thomas Roberts, Liberia. 


Francis Davis, Ala. Teacher, Ala. 


John Rodgers, Pa. 


Sylvester Davis, Pa. 


Richard Ross, Pa. 


Robert F. Deputie, Liberia. 


John Savage, Liberia. 


John Dillon, Liberia. 


Samuel Sevier, Liberia. 


Collin Dusenberry, N. C. 


Edward L. Stannard, Va. 


Howard M. Fisher, Pa. 


William H. Weaver, Md. 


A.B. (Lafayette College), 1877. 


A.B., 1876. 


Benjamin Games, Pa. 


William H. Weaver, Pa. 







LINCOLN UNIVERSITY. 


35 


Clayborne Webb, N. C. 


Alexander R. Wilson, Ga. 




Samuel G. Webb, Pa. 


Calvin Wright, Liberia. 




James W. Wilson, Liberia. 


Frank J. Wood, Pa. A.B. 


, 1877. 


Walter W. Wilson, N. J. 


Henry D. Wood, N. Y. 




1873- 


-1874. 




Thomas E. Aldridge, N. Y. 


Henry R. Pinckney, S. C. 




Teacher, Ga. 


Teacher, Ga. 




Augustus Aylor, Pa. 
William A. Cattell, Pa. 


Alfred W. F. Pryor, Va. 

A.B., 1877. 
John H. Roberts, Liberia. 




William H. Foster, N. Y. 








M.D. (How. Univ.), 1876. 


Liberia. 


Joseph D. Giles, N. C. 


Benjamin Robinson, Va. 
Edward C. Wall, D. C. 




A.B., 1877. Teacher, S. C. 




John H. Gilmore, Pa. 


Samuel E. Walton, Ga. 




William H. Goler, Nova Scotia. 


Amos N. Washington, Md. 




James H. Harvey, Pa. 


Teacher, Md. 




John H. Heritage, Conn. 


Henry P. Weeden, Va. 




James L. Jamison, Pa. 


James A. Whitted, N. C. 




William D. Kennedy, Pa. 


Teacher, N. C. 




Horace G. Miller, Pa. 


John A. Wigans, Pa. 




Teacher, N. C. 


John P. Williams, Pa. 




John Mingo, N. Y. 


Thomas A. Wilson, Mass. 




1874- 


-1875. 




Samuel R. Ballard, Pa. 


Eugene Hughes, Md. 




Washington Banks, Md. 


William H. Hughes, Md. 




Abraham Becks, Ohio. 


Teacher, Md. 




William L. Bethel, N. C. 


James J. Jacobs, N. J. 




Robert Carson, N. C. 


Peter S. Johnson, Utah. 




Henry Clay, Md. 


James W. Lavatt, Pa. 




William Cornelius, Pa. 


William H. Lee, N. Y. 




William H. Dover, Pa. 


Leonard Little, Pa. 




Sylvester R. Foster, Va. 


Walter L. Miller, Md. 




A.B., 1877. 


David Ogden, N. J. 




Caspar R. Gregory, Jr., Pa. 


John H. Patterson, Utah. 




James R. Harris, Va. 


Samuel Robinson, Pa. 




William J. Heritage, Conn. 


John S. Rock, Pa. 




Jacob F. Hazel ton, Md. 


George H. Schenck, N. J. 




Minister A. M. E. Ch., Md. 


Archibald H. Scott, Md. 




Denton E. Hughes, Md. 


Isaac N. Williams, N. Y. 




Edward Hughes, Md. 


William Wilson, Pa. 







36 LINCOLN UNIVERSITY. 


1875- 


-1876. 


Charles V. Auguste, Jamaica. 


Morris Mayhew, Pa. 


Paul Cravath, N. Y. 


Henry McCray, Va. 


Abraham Dobson, Pa. 


Julius B. McG'mnis, Md. 


George W. Edwards, Va. 


Edward Moore, N. C. 


Teacher, Va. 


James T. Potter, Pa. 


Americus W. Green, N. C. 


J. C. Price, N. C. 


James A. Green, N. J. 


Joseph Rodgers, Pa. 


Perry H. Greenlee, Tenn. 


John II. Russell, Miss. 


George Hilton, Pa. 


John Simpson, N. J. 


James Lane, N. J. 


Wesley Skinner, Ga. 


1876- 


-1877. 


Jacob Blake, S. C. 


Oliver Logan, Va. 


William Cox, Pa. 


Robert A. Mahoney, Va. 


Henry P. Dennis, Va. Teacher, Miss. 


D. Watson Onley, Fla. 


Allen W. Dorsey, Pa. 


William Peterson, Pa. 


Stephen G. Fry, Pa. 


Howard A. Russell, Pa. 


Benjamin Greenlee, Tenn. 


Marshall Samuels, Va. 


Sylvester Lacey, Pa. 


Daniel Smith, Miss. Teacher, Miss. 


Richard B. Littlejohn, Miss. 


William L. Smith, Va. 


Teacher, Miss. 


Thomas J. Wallace, Ga. 


1877- 


-1878. 


Samuel W. Blackwell, Pa. 


York Jones, Va. 


John W. Cardwell, N. C. 


Frank T. Logan, N. C. 


John N. Conyard, N. C. 


William Reed, N. Y. 


John W. Freeman, N. J. 


S. P. Shepherd, N. Y. 


William L. Fry, Pa. 


William Twine, Va. 


Isaac T. Ilazzard, Pa. 


Henry B. Wilson, Ga. 


David J. Hull, Pa. 


Ishmael White, Pa. 



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